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This article is a summary of Oracle's java concurrency pages [http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/essential/concurrency/].  Java was designed from the bottom up to support threaded programming, and shares a number of concepts with the C language threaded paradigm PThreads.
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=Introduction=
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This article is a summary of Oracle's java concurrency pages [http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/essential/concurrency/].  Java was designed from the bottom up to support threaded programming, and shares a number of concepts with the C language threaded paradigm PThreads. This article assumes a familiarity with the concept of threads, as well as a functional understanding of the Java programming language.  Before continueing please review the specifics of working with Java on Sharcnet [[OPENJDK]].
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=Thread Creation and Execution=

Revision as of 13:42, 11 August 2014

Introduction

This article is a summary of Oracle's java concurrency pages [1]. Java was designed from the bottom up to support threaded programming, and shares a number of concepts with the C language threaded paradigm PThreads. This article assumes a familiarity with the concept of threads, as well as a functional understanding of the Java programming language. Before continueing please review the specifics of working with Java on Sharcnet OPENJDK.

Thread Creation and Execution